Judd Apatow Comments On Megan Fox Stripping Down

December 11, 2012 9:00 am

Judd Apatow is the man responsible for all the laughs of the hilarious movies “Knocked Up,” “Anchorman” and more. He’s now creating a sort-of-sequel to “Knocked Up” called “This is 40″ starring his beautiful and hysterical wife Leslie Mann and of course, his “go-to-guy” Paul Rudd. Judd called into On Air with Ryan Seacrest to talk about his 14-year-old Twitter crazed daughter, his new real-life-inspired movie and being the last man to get Megan Fox to strip down.

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On Life-Inspired-Events That Helped Make This Movie:
“Anything that’s really humiliating is based on Paul Rudd’s life. Anything that disgusts you is based on Paul. Some of it is based on fights that Leslie and I might have. You know we’ll pitch each other scene ideas for the movie but really it’s just things we want to say to each other, like I’ll say ‘Leslie don’t you think there should be a scene where you admit that you’re really controlling?'”

On Being The Last Man To Have Megan Fox Go Clad: 
“I felt bad every day we had a scenes where she was in a bikini or something because she is so funny and talented and just hilarious in the movie. But there are two scenes where she’s partially clad. I just get so nervous as a director, I don’t do many takes that day.


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